Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman was suspended 20 games Wednesday for cross-checking a lineman during a loss to the Nashville Predators last week. SportsCentre was the first to report the news on Twitter. ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun...Show More Summary
On Wednesday night, one of the weirdest incidents of this NHL season took place during the second period of a game between the Calgary Flames and Nashville Predators. Defenceman Dennis Wideman seemed to attack linesman Don HendersonShow More Summary
Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman cross-checked a linesman during the team's 2-1 home loss to the Nashville Predators on Wednesday night, a hit Wideman said was unintentional. Wideman had just taken a hit from Nashville winger...Show More Summary
Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman made headlines on Jan. 27 when he delivered a blindside check to linesman Don Henderson during his team’s 2-1 loss to the Nashville Predators. It appeared as if the move was intentional, and the...Show More Summary
It's probably going to be a while before Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman is allowed to take the ice again in an NHL game. In the second period of the team's game against the Nashville Predators Wednesday night, Wideman delivered...Show More Summary
VideoCalgary Flames defenceman Dennis Wideman absolutely leveled linesman Don Henderson when he hit him from behindduring a game against the Nashville Predators. It wasn't pretty and many are calling for his suspension. Here's the hit: After the game. Wideman denied he intended to hit Henderson. “I was just trying to get off [...]
An unusual incident unfolded during the second period of Wednesday night’s game between the Nashville Predators and the Calgary Flames, as Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman appeared to cross-check a referee in the back while gingerly making his way to the Calgary bench. The play took place just a few seconds after Wideman was drilled into the […]
Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman checked a lineman into the boards Wednesday during his team's game against the Nashville Predators, via NBCSN: Wideman was leaving the ice after taking a hit while announcers questioned whether it was intentional, although the Nashville bench certainly seemed to think it was. Read more NHL news on BleacherReport.com
The Chicago Blackhawks won a franchise-record 12th consecutive game Tuesday night, beating the Nashville Predators 4-1 to improve to 32-13-4 on the season, per the team's official twitter account. Since the shootout was introduced to...Show More Summary
Nashville Predators put Cody Hodgson on waivers after a mediocre performance this season and he's expected to join the AHL.
Will Gaustad face supplemental discipline? The next 24 hours should be interesting for Paul Gaustad after the Nashville Predators center boarded Winnipeg Jets captain Andrew Ladd on Thursday. The incident occurred late in the second period with the Jets up 3-1. Show More Summary
The Columbus Blue Jackets shipping center Ryan Johansen last week to the Nashville Predators for defenseman Seth Jones was the first blockbuster trade of this season. It also leaves NHL followers wondering if struggling teams, such as...Show More Summary
Those Nashville Predators are just so cute. Cute, cute, cute. I’m not talking about the Predators players who will face the scorching Blackhawks at the United Center on Tuesday night. Those Predators aren’t the power they were last season, they’re trying hang on to the last wild-card playoff spot,...
On Wednesday, the Nashville Predators and Columbus Blue Jackets pulled off a huge one-for-one, offense-for-defense trade. The Preds sent 21-year-old defenseman Seth Jones to Columbus, while the Blue Jackets sent 23-year-old center Ryan Johansen to Nashville. The Blue Jackets got a 6’4?, 205-pound kid who can anchor their blue line for the next decade. The […]
The Nashville Predators and the Columbus Blue Jackets traded for two players, Ryan Johansen and Seth Jones, to address each team's needs.
The Columbus Blue Jackets swapped center Ryan Johansen for Nashville Predators’ defenseman Seth Jones Wednesday night. As it turns out, Johansen and Jones are pretty good friends. Ran into my good buddy jonesy at the airport last night. ???? A photo posted by ryanjohansen19 (@ryanjohansen19) on Jan 7, 2016 at 11:30am PST Yes, that would […]
Big ol’ trade in the NHL today, with Vinny Lecavalier and Luke Schenn going to the Kings for—holy crap wouldja look at this one? A good, old-fashioned, 1-for-1, star-for-star hockey trade! Nashville sends d-man Seth Jones to Columbus in exchange for center Ryan Johansen. Read more...
The Columbus Blue Jackets announced on Wednesday that they traded center Ryan Johansen to the Nashville Predators for defenseman Seth Jones. It's a swap of two first-round picks taken fourth overall. Johansen was selected fourth in 2010, while Jones was drafted in 2013. Read more NHL news on BleacherReport.com
The NHL All-Star jerseys are here... and, well... they are definitely jerseys! Here you go: They're fine! The game's in Nashville, so the jerseys have some Predators colors and... uh... that's pretty much all that there is to say about these jerseys. Show More Summary
Nashville Predators forward James Neal appeared to go down from little to no contact in the second period against the Bruins tonight, causing a referee to whistle for embellishment and then scream at him. “Fuck you, you’re getting a fucking embellishment” is what it sounds like on this end. Show More Summary